David Loughrey

Speed limits likely to be increased

Speed limits on 67 Dunedin roads are being reviewed, and changes expected next year appear set to include some increases.

Cricket has its day in the sun

Cricket has its day in the sun

The sun shone brightly on the University Oval yesterday, as players' fortunes ebbed and flowed on the field.

Taieri bakes in record November high

Taieri bakes in record November high

Temperatures soared on the Taieri yesterday, with the temperature at Dunedin airport reaching a record November high of 30.5degC at 1pm.

Call to allow smaller sites

Call to allow smaller sites

Developers are hoping to begin work on a 118-lot residential development in Mosgiel next year, but want some of the properties to be smaller than allowed in the Dunedin district plan.

Greg's tawdry outing

In television, it is important to know when to stop.

Visit strengthens bonds with sister-city

Members of a group that visited Shanghai late last month have lauded the trip as a valuable exercise, with Dunedin's sister-city link allowing dialogue with political figures Mayor Peter Chin said were the most important leaders in the city.

Pupils face firearms charge

Pupils face firearms charge

Two 17-year-old high school pupils will face court in Dunedin on Friday after they were chased and cornered by a man at whom they allegedly pointed air pistols yesterday.

Stadium funds: We're not Indian-givers, says Key

Stadium funds: We're not Indian-givers, says Key

Prime Minister John Key yesterday said the Government was unlikely to ask for its $15 million back if the Forsyth Barr Stadium is not finished in time for the 2011 Rugby World Cup.

Assault charge after man dies on Queenstown street

A 34-year-old man charged with assault following the death of a man in Queenstown on Thursday night has been remanded in custody, after appearing in the Queenstown District Court yesterday.

Art gallery demolition on agenda

Art gallery demolition on agenda

Demolition of part of the former art gallery at Logan Park appears to be getting closer, as behind-closed-doors negotiations reach their conclusion.